Set on the edge of a picturesque market town, this traditional 18th century Grade II listed cottage has been sensitively renovated to provide delightful holiday accommodation for up to four guests.
A delightful former pub, offering period style accommodation for three guests, affording a fantastic location in the coastal village of Weybourne, just 0.5 miles from the local beach.
A traditional cottage, once a part of the village bakery, offering comfortable accommodation for three guests situated in the harbour village of Blakeney on the River Glaven in North Norfolk.
A lovingly converted former barn, offering stylish light-filled accommodation for four guests, situated in the tranquil surroundings of the North Norfolk countryside, within a few miles of the coast.
A stylish and contemporary lodge offering single-storey accommodation with an open-plan living space and enclosed patio garden, located centrally in the market town of Holt.
A quaint cottage offering reverse-level accommodation for four guests, set within a pretty garden in the quiet village of Weybourne on Norfolk's north coast, just 0.1 miles from the beach.
This wonderfully presented cottage is set in the beautiful, historic Georgian town of Holt and provides a family with the ideal base in which to explore the north Norfolk coastline and countryside.
This charming, light and cosy cottage is ideally situated in a tranquil spot close to the heart of a thriving Georgian market town, making it a perfect base for exploring the Norfolk countryside.
Ideally located near the heart of a thriving Georgian market town, this tastefully refurbished cottage makes for the perfect holiday home for a family looking to enjoy the Norfolk countryside.
Holt (4mls SE), Norfolk
This newly renovated cottage offers a charming blend of period features and modern styling, situated close to the salt marshes in the beautiful village of Cley-next-the-Sea.
A pretty two-bedroom cottage offering thoughtfully maintained period accommodation for four guests, enjoying a beautiful location overlooking the salt marshes in the village of Salthouse.
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